WASHINGTON- Iron Vine Security, a leading Washington, D.C.-based cybersecurity company, was appraised at level 3 of CMMI Institute's Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)®. The appraisal was performed by Advanced Network Technology Solutions, Inc.
An appraisal at maturity level 3 indicates that Iron Vine Security is performing with well defined, understood, clearly described standards, procedures, tools, and methods that govern its delivery of services.
"It's all about the value we deliver to our clients," stated Bill Geimer, President of Iron Vine Security, "The CMMI Level 3 SVC designation validates the rigorous, process-driven approach we take to delivering services. We're always working to improve and deliver greater value that makes a difference for our clients. This recognition comes at a pivotal time for Iron Vine as we continue our fast growth, hire talented new team members, and double-down on refining our own brand and message."
Iron Vine's CMMI appraisal follows closely on several major strategic initiatives, including a corporate rebrand and website launch that now enables the company to better communicate its value proposition, and better represent the innovation and advanced capabilities that Iron Vine customers have come to know and count on. Iron Vine has recently added subject matter experts in security operations, security engineering, and cyber threat intel. Iron Vine has grown organically through multi-year contracts with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Securities and Exchange Commission, and Millennium Challenge Corporation. Iron Vine also recently earned the 2019 ACG Corporate Growth Award by ACG National Capital.
The CMMI SVC Level 3 appraisal validates that Iron Vine follows standardized processes that are implemented in accordance with established organizational policies in order to deliver high quality, consistent, and high value services to these clients.